Today’s Top TV Picks – Tuesday January 28


Today’s Top Picks


1

Arrow

9 p.m. ET on CW – Series Finale
As the recent epic mega-crossover event “Crisis on Infinite Earths” underscored, executive producer Greg Berlanti and The CW have crafted a vibrant DC Comics-based fantasy universe of programming, but it all started eight seasons ago with “Arrow,” which — like its muscular title character (Stephen Amell) — provided the strong shoulders for the later shows. Former series regular Emily Bett Rickards returns as Felicity Smoak for the series finale “Fadeout,” tonight’s final adventure for Team Arrow.


2

I Am Jazz

9 p.m. ET on TLC – Season Premiere

Senior year of high school is an emotional time for any student, but for Jazz Jennings, it’s even more of a whirlwind as this docuseries launches Season 6. In addition to the usual flurry of college application letters and subsequent decisions, she undergoes yet another surgery in the season premiere, “I Will Survive.” It’s a third operation to correct defects caused by complications during her gender confirmation surgery. While in New York, Jazz attends the premiere of a film she starred in. The Jennings family also celebrates the twins’ 21st birthday.


3

The Biggest Loser

9 p.m. ET on USA – Series Premiere
A dozen contestants who have struggled with their weight for most of their lives submit to a series of tough mental, physical and emotional challenges as they seek to turn their lives around and develop a healthy attitude toward food and their health, in this reboot of a long-running reality series. If they’re judged the most successful of the group, they claim a $100,000 prize. Erica Lugo — who used to be twice her current weight — and Steve Cook are the trainers; Bob Harper is the host.


4

Miracle Workers

10:30 p.m. ET on TBS - Season Premiere
Season 2 of this quirky and irreverent anthology comedy series shifts the action to the "Dark Ages" in medieval times with the actors portraying villagers struggling to remain optimistic during a time of severe income inequality, poor healthcare and widespread ignorance. Daniel Radcliffe, Steve Buscemi and most of the other familiar main players return, with Geraldine Viswanathan, Karan Soni, Jon Bass and Lolly Adefope co-starring in "a story about friendship, family and trying not to get murdered."

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